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Full text of "To visitors in Quebec. Where to go - what to see"

PROGRAMME 
^ ^I^RRANGEDi 

One ^ FOR jf Three 
Day in 1 - | riaxro 
Quebec iK^ "NLOuebec 



274 ft. high 
ntmorency Falls^ 



Two 
Days in 
Quebec 



Shrine of 
St. Anne 
de Beaupre 




SAVES YOU TIME AND MONEY, YOUR 
EXPENSES SHOWN PLAINLY. TIME FOR 
TRIPS, FARES, ACrURATF & FCONOMirAI. 



DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 



A DAY IN QUEBEC 



The tourist who has but one day to spare for 
Quebec is naturally anxious to crowd into it 
as much as possible, consequently the following 
Itineraries have been planned to meet these con- 
tingencies. 

TRIP TO STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE FORE- 
NOON, and SEEING QUE., AFTERNOON 
ITINERARY No. 1. Arriving in Quebec 
by Boat or Train. 

8.00 A. M.— Breakfast. 

9.00 A. M.— Walk Upon Dufferin Terrace, 

Quebec's fashionable promenade. Gover- 
nor's Garden with Wolfe-Montcalm Monu- 
ment, Chamolain Monument facing Place 
D'Armes, General Post Office with Laval 
Monument, opposite the Cardinal's Palace, 
Montmorency Park and the Grand Battery 
on the Ramparts. 
9.20 A. M.— Trip to Ste. Anne de Beaupre 
and IVfontmorency Falls. Take special 
Electric Car opposite Chateau Frontenac 
marked "Ste. Anne de Beaupre" for St. 

Paul Street Station, Fare 7c 

9.45 A. M. — Take Fast Special Tourist 
Train for Ste. Anne de Beaupre and Mont- 
morency Falls accompanied by Guide. 
Fare 11.55 Return Trip. 

10.30 A. M. — Arrival at Ste. Anne de Beaupre, 
visit to the Famous Sacred Shrine. For 
points of interest see page 4. Church au- 
thorities take charge of passengers on the 
Tourist Special and Show them over the 
Church explaining interesting points. 
Church explaining interesting points. 

11.55 A. M. — Leave Ste. Anne for Montmoren- 
cy Falls. 

12.25 P.M. — Arrive Montmorency Falls. 
1.00 P. M. — Leave for Quebec arriving at 
L23 P. M. 

Take City Electric Car for Hotel. Fare.. .7c 
(This City Car runs in connection with Ste. 
Anne Tourist Train.) 
1.45 P. M. — Luncheon. 

2.00 or 4.00 P.M.— Take Special Electric Ob- 
servation Car opposite Chateau Frontenac, 
accompanied by Guide for "Panoramic 
Tour" Seeing Quebec and its various His- 
toric Points of Interest. See page 5. Fare 
50g. Returning to Chateau Frontenac 
at 4.15 P.M. — Montreal Boat leaves at G 
P. M. Week days, 
at 4 P. M. Sundays. 



ITINERARY No. 1. 



City Car to Station 

Trip to Ste. Anne and Mont. Falls. 

City Car to Hotel 

Special Electric Observation Car. . 



.07 
11.55 



.07 

.50 I 




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A DAY IN QUEBEC 

SEEING QUEBEC FORENOON. AND STE. 
ANNE DE BEAUPRE AFTERNOON. 

ITINERARY No. 2. Arriving in Quebec by 
Boat or Train. 

8.00 A. M.— Breakfast. 

9.00 A. M.— Walk Upon DufTerin Terrace 

Quebec's fashionable promenade. Governor's 
Garden with Wolfe-Montcalm Monument, 
Champlain Monument facing Place D'Armes 
General Post Office with Laval Monument, 
opposite the Cardinal's Palace, Montmoren- 
cy Park and the Grand Battery on the Rem- 
parts, 

10.00 A. M. — Take Special Electric Obser- 
vation Car. accompanied by Guide, opposite 
the Chateau Frontenac for "Panoramic 
Tour,'; SEEING QUEBEC, and its various 
Historic Points of Interest, see page 5, return 
ing to Chateau Frontenac at 11.15 A. M. 
Fare 50c 

12.00 Noon, — Luncheon. 

1.55 P. M. — Trip to Ste. Anne de Beaupre 
and Montmorency Falls. Take Special 
Electric Car opposite Chateau Frontenac, 
marked "Ste. Anne de Beaupre" for St. 
Paul Street Station. Fare 7c 

2.15 P. M. — Take fast Special Tourist 
Train for Ste. Anne de Beaupre and Mont- 
morency Falls, accompanied by Guide. Fare 
11.55 return trip. 

2.55 P. M. — Arrive Ste. Anne de Beaupre to 
visit the Famous Sacred Shrine. For points 
of interest see page 4. Church authorities 
take charge of passengers on the Tourist 
Special and show them over the Church, 
explaining interesting points. See Cyclorama, 

4.10 P. M. — Leave Ste. Anne de Beaupre for 
Montmorency Falls arriving at 4.35 P. M. 
For points of interest see page 4. Refresh- 
ments and Afternoon Tea are served at Kent 
House Hotel at Moderate prices. 

5.00 P. M. — Leave for Quebec arriving at 5.23 
P. M. 

5.25 P. M.— Take City Electric car for Hotel 



or Montreal Boats, Fare 7c 

Montreal Boat leaves at 6 P. M., Week days. 

4 " Sundays. 

ITINERARY No. 2 

Special Electric Observation Car $ .50 

Electric car to Station 07 

Trip to Ste. Anne de Beaupre 1 . 55 

Electric car to Hotel or Boat 07 



$2.19 

_ 



DISTANCE FR01VI[H0TELS TO 
DUFFERIN TERRACE 



Chateau Frontenac 
Hotel St. Ursules 
Clarendon Hotel 
Victoria Hotel 
St. Roch Hotel 
Montcalm Hotel 



On Dufferin Terrace. 
Short Walk, 
do 

Take St. John St. Car. 
Take Crown St. Car. 
Take St. John St. Car. 




QUEBEC RAILWAY, LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY'S 
ST PAUL ST STATION, QUEBEC 

TRIP TO STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE 
and MONTMORENCY FALLS 

Fast Special Electric Tourist Trains leave St. 
Paul Street Station at 9.45 A. M. and 2.15 P.M. 
accompanied by Guide. Fare $1.55 return. 
Church autorities take charge of passengers on 
the Tourist Special and show them over the 
Church, explaining interesting points. 

Other trains leave at frequent hours for Ste. 
Anne de Beaupre with stop-over at Montmo- 
rency Falls. Fare -$1.15 

return including Montmorency Falls Elevator. 

Ask for Time-Tables and Illustrated Booklets 
on Ste. Anne, at all Hotels and Ticket Offices. 

POINTS OF INTEREST EN ROUTE 
ST. CHARLES RIVER. 

The Railway runs along the St. Lawrence 
River Shore until Ste. Anne de Beaupre is 
reached. 

LIMOILOU, Junction with C.N.R. & Q. &. L. 
St. J. Railways. 

MAIZERETS, where Quebec Seminary stu- 
dents enjoy their weekly holidays, established 
fwo hundred years ago. 



BEAUPORT:— General Montcalm had his 
head-quarters here in 1759. 

MONTMORENCV FALLS:— Full view of the 
Falls from the train. A stop will be made 
here on the return trip. 

L'ANGE GARDIEN:— Just below! Montmo- 
rency Falls. The placid beauty of the place 
makes the "Angel Guardian" a most appro- 
priate name. Wolfe's troops ravaged this pa- 
rish from one end to the other. 

CHATEAU RICHER:— Which in natural beau- 
ty equals L'Ange Gardien, received its name 
from an old Indian trader, whose Chateau 
near the river is now but a small heap of ruins 
almost hidden in the undergrowth. 

STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE:— Special Tourist 
Train arrives at 10.30 A. M. and 2.55 P.M. 
ChTirch authorities take charge of passengers 
on the Tourist Special and show them over 
the Church, explaining interesting points. 
One hour is spent here, seeing the Church 
Park, Statue of Ste. Anne and Virgin and 
the Onyx Column with Relics, the Chapels, 
Relics in the Vestry, the first Statue of Ste. 
Anne 1662. Mass Vestments, made and 
donated by Anne of Austria 1665, etc. 

THE MEMORIAL CHURCH:— Antiquities 
seldom found on this continent contains Old 
Paintings votive offering from Marquis de 
Tracy, 1666, from Mgr. Laval 1677, etc. 

THE SCALA SANCTA:— A religious structure 
unique of its kind in America, Scenes from the 
Holy Land, etc. 

THE HOLY SPRING, CEMETERY, opened 
in 1679. THE CHURCH STORES, etc. 

THE CYCLORAMA OF THE HOLY LAND. 



POINTS OF INTEREST AT MONTMO- 
RENCY FALLS. 
MONTMORENCY FALLS. 274 feet high. 
ELEVATOR. 300 feet. 

THE KENT HOUSE, a former Royal Residen- 
ce occupied by the Duke of Kent, father of the 
late Queen Victoria, in 1792. 

THE OLD FRENCH CANNONS. The Look- 
out at Montmorency Falls. 

THE PARK, etc. 

Trains run every 30 minutes between Quebec 
and Montmorency Falls. All through tickets 
to Ste. Anne de Beaupre are good to stop-over 
at Montmorency Falls, and are honored on all 
trains whether Upper Level or Lower Ijcvel 
line. 



TRIP inSEEING QUEBEC" 

One hour and forty-five minutes' ride .nSeeing 
Quebec*' by special Electric Observation 
Cars. 

Fare 50c 

Cars leave opposite Chateau Frontenac at 10.00 
A. M. 2.00, and 4 00 P. M. 

POINTS OF INTEREST EN ROUTE 




Electric Observation Car 



Chateau Frontenac. 

Champlain Monument. 

Dufferin Terrace. 

Place D'Armes. 

English Cathedral. 

Clarendon Hotel. 

City Hall. 

French Basilica. 

Quebec Seminary. 

Hotel Victoria. 

Hotel Dieu (Hospital.) 

Dominion Arsenal. 

St. Paul & Peter 
Streets. 

Champlain Market. 

Transcontinental Ry. 
Offices. 

Harbour, Ferry to Le- 
vis. 

G.T.Ry., Quebec Cen- 
tral Ry. and Interco- 
lonial Ry. Offices. 

Custom House. 

Princess Louise Basin. 

S. Andrew St. Station 
C. N. Ry. 



St. Paul Street Sta- 
tion Q. R. L. & P. 
Co. 

Union Station, C.P.R. 
and Can. Nat Ry's. 

St. Joseph Street. 
St. Roch's Church 
Sacred Heart Monu- 
ment. 

Paquet's Department 

Store. 
Quebec Ry. Bldg. 

Jacques-Cartier Square 
St. Roch's Hotel. 
Jacq.-Cartier Church. 
General Hospital. 
Boulevard Langelier. 
St. Sauveur Church. 
St. Peter's Market. 
Father Durocher's Mo 

nument. 
Sacred Heart Hospital. 
St. Malo Church and 

College. 
N. D. de Lourdre 

Church. 



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Ste. Foye Monument 
and Ave. des Braves. 

Spencerwood. 

St . Patrick's Cemetery 

Mount Hermon Ceme- 
tery. 

Sillery Convent. 

Bellevue Convent. 

Ste. Foye Road. 

Finlay Home. 

Normal School. 

St. John Baptist 
Church. 

St. Matthew's Church. 

Montcalm Hotel. 

Montcalm Market. 

Y. M. C. A. Building. 

Auditorium Theatre. 

St. John's Gate. 

Bell Telephone Build. 

C. P.Ry. Tickets Office 

Cartier Monument . 

Holt, Renfrew & Co. 

Quebec Post Office. 

Laval Monument. 

Cardinal's Palace. 

G. T. Ry. & C. N. Ry. 
Offices. 

St. Andrew's Church. 

Morrin College. 

Methodist Church. 

Y. W. C. A. Building. 

Ursuline Convent. 

Montcalm's Headquar- 
ters. 

Masonic Hall. 

Hotel St. Ursule. 

Military offices, 5th 
Division. 

Court House. 

Chateau Frontenac. 



Cote D'Abraham. 
St. Vincent de Paul 

Church. 
Grey Nunnery. 
Church o i the Sisters 

of Charity. 
French Baptist Church 
Kent Gate. 
Old Jesuit's Church. 
Esplanade. 

South African Monu- 
ment. 

Garrison Club. 

St. Louis Gate, Grande 
AUee. 

Garneau Monument. 

Mercier Monument. 

Parliament Buildings. 

knights of Columbus 
Hall. 

Short & Wallick Mo- 
nument. 

(Quebec Armoury. 

ATontcalm Monument 

Sacred Heart of Mary 
Church. 

Franciscan Church. 

^^ar•^ello Towers. 

Church of England Or- 
phan Home. 

Irish Caiholic Church. 

Si. Bridget's Home. 

Ladies' Protestant 
Home. 

Dominican Fathers 
Church. 

Quebec Jail. 

Wolfe Monument. 

Battlefields Park. 

Plains of Abraham.. 

ATaple Avenue. 

Baptist Church. 

SECOND DAY IN QUEBEC. 

A \ isitor who has planned for a two days' stay 
in Quebec, after taking in the Itinerary out- 
lined for one day in Quebec will find visiting 
the following Historic places, worthy of 
interest. 
MORNING. 

THE CITADEL.— Take the first car marked 
''Maple Avenue" and ask to be let off at the 
Citadel. This military fortress called the 
"Gibraltar of America" is unrivalled for 
picturesqueness and magnificence of position 
on the American Continent. Here each 
summer resides the Governor-General of 
Canada. 

PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS.— A short walk 
from the Citadel on Grande AUee. 



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PLAINS OF ABRAHAM AND BATTLE- 
FIELDS PARK.— Take first car marked 
^ "Maple Avenue and Grande AUee" and ask 
to be let off at Wolfe Avenue, see Wolfe Mo- 
nument, Quebec Jail, Plains of Abraham and 
Terrace, magnificent view of St. Lawrence 
River, a few minutes walk on St. Louis Road 
will bring you to the Avenue des Braves, 
at foot of which is St. Foye Monument and 
the Terrace. From here about 7 minutes 
walk on St. Foye Road, towards the city, will 
bring you to "Maple Avenue" cars 7c to 
your Hotel. 

LUNCH. 

AFTERNOON.— Trip to Levis and Quebec 
Bridge. 

1.45 P. M. — Take car marked "Railway De- 
pots" and ask to be let off at the "Levis Fer- 
ry." At Ferry Ticket ofiice buy special 50c 
ticket to Quebec Bridge, this ticket-includes 
the ferry and Levis Electric cars to the Brid- 
ge and return. Take Electric car near ferry 
landing at Levis. Ferry Boats leave Quebec 
every fifteen minutes. Returning you will 
arrive at Quebec about 5.00 P. M. This will 
give you until dinner time for shopping. 

EVENING. 
8.15 P. M.— Seeing Quebec at Night". 

Take Special Electric Observation Car oppo- 
site Chateau Frontenac for Illuminated Ride 
passing the principal streets and suburbs. 
Fare 25c returning to Chateau Frontenac 
about 9.00 P. M. 

9-00 P. M.— Attend Free Band Concert on 
Dufferin Terrace by State Band. If leaving 
by Boat at 6.00 P. M. for Montreal this part 
of your programme will be your Itinerary for 
the evening of the first day in Quebec. 




■ — 11 

THIRD DAY IN QUEBEC. 

The fortunate person staying three days in 
Quebec will undoubtedly devote a whole morn- 
ing either at the Falls of Montmorency, which 
can be reached by electric car or take a trip to 
the fair Isle of Orleans, which has smiled upon 
you from many different points. 
MORNING.— MONTMORENCY FALLS. 
8.45 A. M. — ^Take electric car marked "Rail! 
way Depots" and ask to be let off at St. Pau- 
Street Station. 
9.00 A. M. — St. Paul Street Station one mi- 
nute's walk after leaving City car. Take 
electric train for Montmorency Falls Upper 
Level Line or. 

ISLE OF ORLEANS. 

8.45 A. M. — Take electric car marked "Rail- 
way Depots" and ask to be let off at Cham- 
plain Market. Fare 7c 

9.15 A. M.— Take Island Boat for Isle of Or- 
leans four miles below Quebec. The short 
steamboat voyage 1o it affords one onf the 
best Views of the City of Quebec. Steamers 

ply from Champlain Wharf. Fare 40c 

Return. 

1.00 P. M. — Leave Isle of Orleans for Quebec. 
1.30 P.M.— Arrive Champlain Wharrf. 
AFTERNOON. 

VISIT LAVAL UNIVERSITY.— Museuj and 
Famous Picture Gallery. Open to visitors 
daily except Sunday. Admission 25c 

FRENCH BASILICA:— Wonderful mediaeval 
edifice. 

ENGLISH CATHEDRAL:— Two minutes' 
walk from French Basilica. 

VICTORIA PARK.— Quebec's most beautiful 
Civic Park situated on the banks of the River 
St. Charles. Countains a monument to the 
memory of the late Queen Victoria after 
whom the park is named. Take car marked 
"Crown Street or De La Couronne" and ask 
1o be let off at Victoria Park. Fare 7c. To 
return to the Hotel take the same car. 

CAB TARIFF FOR CITY OF QUEBEC 

One horse vehicles: — 

By the Drive. Time allowed 30 minutes 



For one person $0 50 

For every additional person, each 25 

By the Hour: — For the first hour 1 50 

For every subsequent hour 1 50 

! Two horse vehicles: — By the Drive: — 

Fifteen minutes: — For 1 or 2 persons $0 50 

" " For 3 or 4 persons 75 

Thirty minutes: — For 1 or 2 persons 75 

" " For 3 or 4 persons 1 00 

By t he Hour : — For 1 or 2 persons 1 25 

For 3 or 4 persons 1 50 



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